All Car Servicing

All Car Servicing

Hi I would like to introduce myself. Working in the Garage and tyre and all Car Servicing business now for 40 years. So. worked for a couple of national tyre companies before starting my first business. Of course, I now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre. Blogging about anything to do with Car Servicing and their related products. Naturally, that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

European Union Car Servicing-2010 E.U. Rules about garage working practices?

 Post Updated 1st Jan 2014/25th march 2016

European Union Car Servicing; Equality was the key word for car servicing

European Union Car Servicing

European Union Car Servicing

European Union Car Servicing were up for renewal in May 2010. The standards were all about setting out the rules. Consequently, to take into account the huge amount of trade competition. Of course, in the automotive industry markets for the way that a fair distribution of new motor vehicles. Including, technology and their prospective replacement parts, and for the fair provisions for the car servicing (Car Service Costs). Repair and maintenance sectors of the common market. This is part of the scheme to protect smaller auto companies. Subsequently, from getting unfairly treated regarding the flow of information freely. Of course, from the car makers to the rest of the car sector.

The markets for competition for new cars was thought to be healthy in the new car sector. But the garage repair and for spare parts distribution was not as intense. This is meant a danger to motorists who could be harmed by anti-competitive practices. Importantly, that would push up repair bills. The car servicing and garage Repair industry are very valuable for motorists if it was not for the EU rule the price of car servicing would go sky high, as much as 40% (predicted by the EU)

Many motorists are already feeling the effect of increasing car servicing and repair costs

Because of rising oil costs and the existing recession. So they are more price-sensitive. Tending to own much older cars that need more regular car servicing. The EU have put in place a much stricter set of rules. Governing these automotive markets that will make it easier to enforce the new regulations. One of the problems that were a specific issue. Of course, was that car makers were holding back technical information. Not releasing some of the specific parts to the aftermarket. Including, also refusing to honour car warranties. Because motorists were having their vehicles repaired at independent garages. Not the main dealers where the cars were bought.

Independent garage facilities and repairers are very important. Because they give a better choice to motorists. Keeping the cost of services and repairs very competitive. So, by placing pressure on the car manufacturers, Including, main dealers and authorized repair networks. Independent service centre has been set up to give the independent garages a nationwide service to their customers, one of the best being Unipart Car Care Centres (UCCC) for short.

It is also very important that garages can get the technical information necessary

 

Of course,to do the repairs and carry out the work on increasingly sophisticated cars with increasing amounts of equipment, due to stricter emission and greener controls, this to me is what is not happening, we at Pellon auto centre here in Halifax are forever coming across new fault codes in the engine management systems that our machines can not correct, because the car manufacturers have so called updated them, they are always moving the gate posts to try to outfox us and our computers. Most garages are buying new diagnostic machines and computer-based analytic equipment that can plug into the database of most cars computer systems. Because of the new European Union Car Servicing directive, the majority of new cars coming onto the market will be able to be serviced at independent garages and auto centres, such as Unipart (UCCC).

The other European Union Car Servicing rules are the parts used in servicing are compatible with the manufacturers and main dealer components, for example, an oil filter must be of the same quality as a manufactures oil filter. This is now carried out at most independent garages, we always use equal quality parts or we use parts from the main dealers themselves, most service parts are actually made by the same company that supplies the car manufacturers, a good example is LUK clutches. They make clutches both for the replacement market and the car makers.

Are the new rules working for the car servicing sector ?

 The new rules will help to enforce the competition for the independent garage, auto centre, and parts outlets. They are designed to help create a level playing field between the replacement car section and the car manufacturers, which will help drive down the cost of servicing the community of Europe and the UK.

This ruling is now two years old and although things appear to be going to plan, the speed of the development of EV cars is outstripping the rules on sharing the technology from the manufacturers. One example is the advent of the Li-On batteries fitted to the electric cars. These batteries are now Leased to the car owners when they buy a new car. Is this how the car makers are going to get around the European Union Car Servicing laws, in my opinion I think it is ?.

Eric Roberts

 

Air Filters Explained-Car Servicing tips What Your “AIR FILTER” Does

Air Filters Explained

Air Filters Explained;Make sure that your Air Filter gets changed not just cleaned ?

I say this because when I was an apprentice mechanic. Hence, the garage that I worked at never changed an air filter.In those days they just blew it out with an air-line.Thus, or washed it in petrol, but they always

Air Filters Explained

Air Filters Explained;A mechanic carrying out a service

charged the customer for a new one fitting. I remembered all these little things.So in life as I grew older and vowed to myself never to make the same mistakes. If you can not do the job properly, or “don’t do it at all”. This is one of the reasons that I teamed up with Unipart Car Care Centres  (UCCC) for short. We are regularly checked and vetted .Hence, to make sure that our

Air Filters Explained

Air Filters Explained;air filters come in many shapes and sizes

servicing is done correctly.Therefore, and no short cuts are taken. Indeed we save all the old parts to show to the customer.Therefore, should he ask to see them. However the air filter is one of the important parts of your car.

Air Filters Explained

That you need to change at certain service intervals. After all, it is one of those parts that do an unseen but very important job. Hence the “Air Filters Explained”. Remember that its main functions is to actually prevent dirt and particulate matter.Thus, from entering your engine. It does what it says on the tin. it cleans the air that enters your engine.
What is very important. Is that you should change air filter regularly. Service centre experts suggest that you should at least replace an air filter once a year. However, there are exemptions to this rule. Because, these exemptions depend on the what kind of performance that your car has and the frequency the car is used for.

Air Filters Explained

Air Filters Explained

As part of your service the cars engine performance increases with the addition of a new air filter If air filters are new, they actually increase your car engines efficiency.

The new air filter is made up of layer upon layer of thin paper and other materials that make the filter very porous and allows air through, dirty air comes in at the inlet and clean air enter the engine after been filtered. If a mechanic only cleans the filter then it is impossible to do a correct cleanse, due to all the layers of paper, this is done by some . But it is not good practice.
Replacing your air filters are done as part of a service and need not be expensive

Air Filters Explained

The job is fairly simple but it is best to go to a mechanic or your local Unipart Automotive  service centre. You actually can do it yourself, but it is best done by a professional.
The air filter is usually mounted on top of your engine. However, for some older cars with carburetors, you would see that the Car Air Filters are located in front of the carburettor

usually on the side of the engine. In a fuel injection car, the more common type now, the air filters would be enclosed in a square or a rectangular housing (some are very large)which could be mounted somewhere on the side of your car’s engine and not on top of it.

Air Filters Explained

If you do intent to fit the air filter yourself then when the old filter is removed you should then clean the filter housing with a recommended cleaner. Try using a vacuum cleaner to suck out the dust in the filter pan before putting the new filter in and re-assembling the whole thing back on to the engine. It is highly recommended though that the air filter is changed as part of your annual service.

Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles.

BMW Mini Brakes-must have regular servicing for your safety

BMW Mini Brakes

BMW Mini Brakes How your Mini brakes work

 With millions of the new BMW Minis driving about on today’s roads it is worth thinking about your Brakes. When did you last think about your cars stopping ability.

BMW Mini Brakes

BMW Mini Brakes new disc brakes fitted after a free brake check

 

Just think about your brakes, when speeding down the motorway. If you have a soft top Just imagine the sun on your face and the wind in your hair. This is the type of feeling that you get when you are at peace with the world and your Mini Cooper s driving like never before. Feels great, doesn’t it? This time, imagine having to slam on the anchors as a car hurtles towards you on the wrong side of the road, then finding out that your cars do not work. Now that would be a bad thing to happen, but if your BMW Mini Brakes were serviced regularly then you would have no problem stopping your Mini and carrying on with your journey.

 

Over the years and in particularly recent times the cars braking system has been continually up dated and modified. The modern BMW Mini Brakes system has now become extremely dependable,I can remember when years ago cars were always having problems with faulty brakes, in fact the brakes were one of the parts that failed the most, but with modern cars such as the new Minis, the braking systems have been developed by the manufacturers with some of the development coming from motor-sport.

BMW Mini Brakes

The BMW Mini Brakes system generally consists of disks all round. The front and the rear brakes are usually discs and pads. The brakes are connected by a system of low pressure metal pipes.Hence, from the rear and the front discs and wheels to the “Master cylinder”. For this reason, the system also includes the hand stop mechanism or (parking brakes). Consequently, the anti-lock system that most cars have these days.

When you apply the BMW Mini Brakes pedal.Thus, to stop or slow down you car. The pedal operates a plunger that applies pressure.Thus, to the fluid that is in your brake pipes. Of course, then to the master cylinder. The pressure from the pedal is then spread to the other wheels by the master cylinder. It is important that your master cylinder is topped up to the correct level, because it is impossible to stop your car without brake fluid in the cylinder at the correct level.

When you apply the foot pedal to stop your car, the pressure is spread out throughout all of your brake pipe system, and when the pressure is released then the pressure goes back to normal and the brake pads are released so that you can drive your Mini normally. These are some of the reasons that it is important to have your brakes serviced at a reputable Autocentre and by using Unipart approved parts, your car will be safe to drive in all weather conditions and will stop when you want it to stop, not an extra ten feet further on than you wanted to be.

BMW Mini Brakes

If there are air bubbles in the brake fluid your Mini will not stop efficiently. Air bubbles are caused by a leak in the braking system. When the fluid leaks then the leak allows air to

BMW Mini Brakes

BMW Mini Brakes fitted onto a BMW Mini

penetrate your brake system. This can be detected on a brake inspection or on the floor where you park your Mini. You will see a small patch of what looks like oil on the floor where you park your car. If you see this, then please have your brakes checked as soon as possible, it could very serious and perhaps lead to a total loss of your brakes.
In Halifax we offer a complete Unipart brake check on all models of car, and we love Minis.

Eric Roberts

BMW 3-Series Traction Control Light

BMW 3-Series Traction Control Light- Also this car had intermittent ABS problems ?

BMW 3-Series Traction Control Light

BMW 3-Series Traction Control Light

BMW 3-Series Traction Control Light

So, as I have said many times ! then we feel privileged to be able to service and repair such a diverse and varied number of car makes and models. Including cars from the BMW range.

This particular day as to be no different ! consequently, cars across the whole spectrum were booked in for repairs and services. Not forgetting MOT tests of course. One of the days jobs was a BMW that was suffering from its ABS (anti lock braking system) causing problems. So, the ABS system works by monitoring all the four wheel speeds . When the brakes are applied the system looks to see if any of the wheel are rotating at a lower speed than any of the other wheels.

This would then indicate that a wheel could be about to lock up. Alas, if there was of the wheels going at a higher speed than the other three then the brake would receive extra pressure to reduce the slip. So, the problem with this car was that the ABS was kicking in at low speed. not all the time but it annoyed the customer.

Corroded drive shaftsBMW 3-Series Traction Control Light

We placed the car on a ramp and endevoured to find the fault. Removing the wheels we were able to access the brake and inspect the drive shafts. So, on examination Ryan discovered that the drive shafts had corroded. Thus causing the target rings to swell and go out of shape. Consequently, the target rings had also damaged the ABS sensors.

We notified the BMW owner, who gave us permission to go ahead and repair his car. This is a good practice that I think most modern Autocentres now carry out. Gone are the days when the customer was presented with a massive repair bill. In my opinion this is best practice and both the garage and the customer know where they stand.

BMW 3-Series Traction Control Light

To repair the car ABS problems, we fitted new drive shafts and associated sensors. Of course we were confident that this would solve the problem ! and so it duly did.

Eric Roberts

Van Wheel Alignment Including Suspension

 

 

Car Disk Brakes

Car Disk Brakes-A Brief Explanation about what they do and what they are?

Car Disk Brakes

Whatever car you drive you are likely to have Car Disk Brakes

Car Disk Brakes

Dale one of our MOT Testers checking the brake fluid on a vehicle at our Halifax Garage

Whatever car you drive a perhaps it is a small, medium,or a large 4×4 car even a motorbike or a pick up truck, you will probably have Car Disk Brakes fitted as standard on your vehicle.

Car Disk Brakes

BMW brake discs just fitted

Of course, Car Disk Brakes are one of the most important recent inventions on the modern car. Even though you never think about your Brakes. Importantly, they are probably one of the most important functions on your vehicle. Though there are two or three different types of car brakes. Firstly, the drum (used mostly on the rear brakes) . Secondly, the disks, the part of the brakes that are the most commonly used on today’s modern cars. Disc brakes are far better and much more efficient than drum brakes. Because of their more modern design and more powerful stopping ability. Disc brakes are a success story . Developed, from the world of motor racing. So and have been passed onto the modern cars of to day.

What are your disc brakes

For any easy explanation, Disk Brakes consist of two pads. Made from a non-asbestos material. Consequently, that grips the rotating metal disk. The metal disks, are fitted at the end of an axle. So, when you press the brake pedal inside the car. Significantly, the pressure is transferred from the pedal to the discs thus stopping the car.You control the braking power. When you push on the brake pedal, the brake pads come together on the disk, forcing it to stop turning which will cause your vehicle to slow down and eventually stop.

How To Keep your Disk Brakes in top condition.

Whatever type of type of vehicle you may drive, you will probably need to consider having your brakes serviced and brakes maintenance or replacement of your brake parts , at some point along the way. It is important to have the thickness of your brake pads checked by a competent person preferably a qualified mechanic . If your pads are thin or even down to the bare metal, they can cause damage to your disc brakes which will increase your bill due to disc damage due to” metal on metal”.

Also check your brake fluid

Replacing the brake pads and the disc brakes can be fairly easy on your own. However, it is worth noting that the brake discs and pads are becoming much more sophisticated on the cars of today. So Don’t hesitate to get help if you are unsure. Once again it may be wise to let your local brake centre to do your brakes professionally.

What are the signs of brake disc damage ?

There are many ways your break disks will warn you of impending damage. The first experience that our customers have is a complaint of a “grinding” sound. This is usually the “metal on Metal” that I described earlier. The disks can also warp, scar or crack. Of course, due to heat that is caused by heavy excessive braking. Once again these signs are picked up in routine brake servicing.

Are there different disc brake designs?

The answer to this is “YES”, these days, the designs of the cars Brakes vary greatly. Some are made in classic solid steel. Others have special drilled out sections that allows the built up of heat to dissipate. So keeping the discs cooler. Once again a development from racing car design. These drilled out steel discs help prolong the life of the Car Disk Brakes.  Because they reduce built-up heat. Preventing the possibility of warping and enhance the cars stopping power. The creative designs are endless!  Each design has a different effect on the performance of your braking system.

About Eric Roberts

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for over 40 years.

 

 

Garage Owners in Shaky Times

Car Servicing Halifax-There are different types of car maintenance?

Car Servicing Halifax

Cars are just pieces of machinery and need Car Servicing Halifax

Car Servicing Halifax

Car Servicing Halifax

Modern cars, are just like any other piece of machinery. Require regular maintenance.So, if your car is neglected. Consequently, it will become worn and tired and will eventually stop working . Through experience and in my opinion this is what will happen.

This is why regular servicing is very important. Carried out regularly will ensure that your car performs at the optimum level for much longer. Not all car owners can afford to take their car to the garage for Servicing and  repairing.Because of the skill and knowledge of the service mechanics. So, your local auto-centre in Halifax . Naturally, is best place to have  servicing carried out.

 

Levels of Car Services

Firstly, this is just a breakdown of the types of servicing . To be sure, that you may encounter at your local auto-centre. Most safety conscious drivers. Hence, will book their vehicle in for a service at least once a year. This is generally the case with most drivers that care for their cars and also care about road safety.

As a standard rule, most auto-centres that service your car have four types of services to choose from. These are (in order of the number of checks carried out):

1- engine service (oil and filter change) known as a Bronze service.

2- medium service Silver service.

3- full service Gold service.

4- full service + MOT test Platinum service.

Depending on the type of your vehicle and how much you use it, it is worth checking what is involved in each kind of these services.

Especially if you like most of us are concerned about the money situation. This is because each service has a scale of things that are carried out and it may be that you could only afford to have an engine service and not the large Gold service. In my opinion this would be better than not having your car serviced at all, and letting your car degenerate.

The most basic maintenance plan is the oil and filter change (engine service). This service changes your oil and oil filter, also checking basic safety things such as your tyres, lights and a visual check of the brakes.

car servicing Halifax

car servicing Halifax

If you use your car a lot throughout the year, you may consider booking your vehicle in for an medium car servicing Halifax, say every six months you can do this between your annual full service (gold service)

The next service is the silver service which will include somewhere in the region of 25-35 safety checks on your car, components such as brake fluid, handbrake travel, steering and suspension will be examined and reported on, if any further problems arrive.

The most comprehensive service an auto-centre offers is usually the Full Service (gold service). This is recommended by garages as an annual check-up, the gold car servicing Halifax will go through almost everything in a car using our special check list.

With well over 50 checks, a Gold Service will ensure that your car performs to optimum levels

This should last the car right after the year following your service. The gold service is often carried out with an MOT to make a platinum service.

Not only do these car servicing Halifax options act as fantastic preventative measures that will help to keep your car safe, but when you have booked your car in for a service the mechanics that carry out the work might spot things which could affect your MOT.

If small issues are found, these can be fixed before they turn into big problems that cost you far more money. Servicing a Car

Uni-part for car servicing

Booking an MOT and car Servicing Online

Some people encounter problems when working long hours and you just cannot get to phone ? well if you live in the Halifax area or the Elland and Brighouse area, not forgetting Hebden Bridge or Sowerby Bridge, then you can now book online for your MOT and car servicing. This is an easy way to book your MOT and service.

Eric Roberts

Van Wheel Alignment Including Suspension

Car Brake Service-Braking System explanations- A great informative article for the DIY Motorist

Car Brake Service-Braking System explanations

Car Brake Service-Braking System explanations

Car Brake Service-Braking System explanations

Here at Pellon Autocentre Ltd in Halifax UK we attend to thousands of brake problems over time. Therefore, I like to include articles like this one. Hence, to inform our customers about the work that may be involved in important work. Naturally, nothing is more important than brakes. Afterall, it’s what stops your car when you press the brake pedal.

Halifax is a very hilly area. Therefore it is a matter of urgency that our customers are aware of the importance of regular brake servicing. In my opinion, sharing articles like this one emphasize how important it is to have the best knowledge on the subject. I often write about a particular problem with the brakes on a specific car.Because it is something that I like to do and shows that our customers have real time problems with their cars.

Mixing great articles like this, with my regular articles, is very informative to myself and my readers.

Eric Roberts

Auto Brake Service & Braking System explanations

Source: Auto Brake Service & Braking System explanations | Motorist

How Brake Pads Work

How Brake Pads Work-Understand What your BRAKE PADS Do

How Brake Pads Work

How Brake Pads Work;Unipart brake pads

Here at Pellon Autocentre we use top quality brake parts. Because it gives us peace of mind that we are fitting a top class product .Knowing that our customers wont have problems with their new brake pads.

How Brake Pads Work;English: This is a graph demonstrating differe...

English: This is a graph demonstrating How Brake Pads Work different types of brake pads typical stopping distances from 80 MPH or 130 KM/hour in feet (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

There to stop your car !

Your brake pads are one of the most important part of your cars braking system. Because, they are the component that makes contact to the discs. Applying, the pressure and friction to your cars brake discs. Of course, this is the pressure and friction that is applied to the brake discs.

Slowing and stopping your vehicle. Once your brakes are applied. At this instance, the pressure from the master cylinder stops the wheels from turning and your vehicle stops. The role of How Brake Pads Work is really very simple, but the construction of the brake pads is not.

Did you know that Brake pads were once made out of asbestos !

So, asbestos was used to make brake pads. Especially, in my younger days when I was an apprentice mechanic. But because of the cancer causing materials in the pads. Urgently, then new compounds had to be developed. Nowadays brake pads are made from a mixture of different compounds. Including, metallic shavings or non-metallic, organic materials. Depending on the manufacturers own compound mixes.

The brake pads are compressed onto your brake discs when you press the brake pedal. The discs are fitted directly to the wheel hubs and the axle, on applying the brake pads friction is forced upon the disc causing the wheels to slow and then stop depending on the pressure applied to the pedal. The discs work in unison with the brake pads in order to stop your vehicle.

When will I need new brake pads or discs?

There are many different warning signs that your vehicle will give you before your brakes may reach the point of potential failure or extensive repair. The first thing to say is that you should always have your car regularly serviced, including your braking system. This will stop problems before they occur.

Here’s some other things that you should look out for.

Watch out for your brake warning light coming on when you are driving?

How Brake Pads Work

English: A set of EBC performance disk brake pads (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Check or have your garage check your brake fluid level?
Do you hear a grinding sound or a squealing sound when you apply the brake pedal?
Any feeling of a vibration or some sponginess in the brake pedal when it is pressed?
Does your vehicle steer or pull to one side when you apply your brakes?

All these symptoms are the most common signs that are a potential brake system hazard ! Problems and they should be looked at immediately. Of course, they have the potential to cause a lethal accident. Brakes are there to stop your car and they should not be treated lightly. In a word, if you have them inspected at regular intervals you will reduce the chances of future safety problems.

Eric Roberts

Van Wheel Alignment Including Suspension

 

 

Deadly Car Brake Pads

Car Brake Warning Lights-Dashboard Warning Lights can scare you to death?

Car Brake Warning Lights

Car Brake Warning Lights

Of course, almost all the modern cars today have a massive bank of warning lights. Including your Car Brake Warning Lights. Naturally, on the dash when you switch your ignition on to start your car. So, as the engine begins to pick up after a few seconds the dashboard  lights should have cleared. Modern technology and on-board computers have enabled car manufacturers. Hence, to connect almost every part of the modern car to some kind of warning lights.

This is for increased fuel efficiency and to enhance the car’s safety. Consequently, the car dash looks more like an airplane’s cockpit these days. Thankfully we have clever mechanics with computer soft-wear. At the same time, that can diagnose what these problems are should they arise. We at Pellon Auto-centre use a car diagnostic computer made by SUN Systems . So finding that it is a great machine for sorting out the light problems and resetting the  lights. Of course while  telling us what the underlying problem may be.

 Brake warning lights

Car Brake Warning Lights symbols look the same for most car models. But yours could be slightly different. Its purpose is to tell you that something is wrong with the braking system somewhere on the car. With this in mind, if this light comes on, check your owner’s manual to find out its meaning. So, as I say some cars have a different meaning. It could be used for many purposes. For example, the same light may be used to show that the hand-brake is left on. If that’s the case and you’re still driving, you would notice the smell of burning brake pads. The light can also indicate that the fluid in your brake master cylinder is getting low. Each manufacturer has a different use and standard for this light. In all cases if the light remains on you should take the car at once to your local auto centre and have the brakes checked out. For further information click the link bellow.


ABS Car Brake Warning Lights

Not all cars have ABS braking systems but they are becoming more common as the new cars are starting to come out. If you car has an ABS braking system, you will have a second type of warning light (as shown in the picture). If you see this light on you should seek immediate help from your garage or Auto-centre. This light is controlled by a computer and means that the computer has picked up a problem with the braking system. It could just be a simple thing such as dirty contacts on your braking components and sensors, or it could be that your ABS unit needs replacing, either way if this light comes on please take notice and have your car checked out as soon as possible. The may stay on, flash or blink but whatever it does seek attention, you may end up with no brakes at all.

Eric Roberts

Van Wheel Alignment Including Suspension

 

 

 

 

Unipart Car Servicing-Keeping the cost down by going for Menu Servicing

Unipart Car Servicing avoids bigger bills later

Your car needs to undergo a regular check up to avoid future repairs. With the correct car servicing and maintenance, your car will last for several years longer.

Unipart Car Servicing

Unipart Car Servicing; Unipart is famous over the years for sponsoring motor sports events including this Triumph Dolomite Sprint rally car

 

When buying a brand new car, most car companies have car servicing special offers included with the car warranty. This is not always a good idea, you can take your car to the garage that you trust for Unipart Car Servicing without it affecting your warranty. But you need to follow the car servicing maintenance schedule according to the service book, if this is not kept up to date your warranty will become void. You should not take for granted the care of your car. Us humans need a regular check up to the doctors while cars need regular servicing and check-ups from Unipart Car Servicing.

Unless you really cannot afford to pay for car servicing never do the car maintenance by yourself unless it is a minor maintenance and you have had some experience with cars. But if you have no experience at all, don’t risk ruining your car and just go to the nearest Unipart Car Servicing centre. Listed below are some maintenance procedures you should consider for taking care of your cars:

Some car servicing things to check regularly.

• Regular Car Service – It is important that you follow the car service manual according to the exact mileage or time period. Try not to miss a service.

• Correct Oil Change of Engines – Oil change should be done once a year especially diesel engined cars. Changing your oil regularly ensures a long life for your engine using the correct oil.

• Check Fluid Levels – It is something that the car owner could do, but if you are not sure what to do your local Unipart service centre will do the checks for you. The essential fluids such as coolant fluid, Brake fluids, battery fluid, and transmission fluid should be checked and maintained on a regular basis, not forgetting your tyres.?

• Check your Tyres – Check the tyre pressure and look around your tyres for signs of cracking or any lumps or bumps, once again if you are in doubt ask the experts, they will be glad to help.

• Car Body Maintenance – You should also maintain the looks of your car. Check the minor parts such as side mirrors, headlights, bumper, doors, seats, and other parts of the car.

Unipart Car Servicing

look for the Unipart sign for quality servicing

 

 

About Eric Roberts

Eric Roberts

Hi, I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery  industry now for over 40 years.